Ferienhotel Huthaus Barenstein
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... the station. Lots of shops, food and retail all open to catch a few €'s from travellers. The ice cream shop scored from us again - it's a bigger when one has a ticklish throat and in need of something soothing! We found an outdoor area where there was a stainless steel sculpture of a horse along with some artifacts from the station that did not survive WWII. We enjoyed the sunshine before going to our platform to wait for the train to Dresden. The station is huge and very ...
... the blog and reading. After lunch we spent a couple of hours walking around Dresden taking photos. Back for afternoon tea and rest. We ducked out quickly at 6pm to pick up train tickets for Sunday (to avoid a very long first day from Bayreuth as there are very few places for us to stay) and supplies.
... at home) we refrained from getting out our sleeping mats as well, leaving the hotel something to provide for our money. Even though the signs said not to open the window because of the air conditioning we did so as we cannot sleep without fresh air (we didn't put the air conditioning on anyway - saving them more money). We generally find we sleep much better in the tent in a field rather than a hotel - at least we have contol over the most important factors there!)
The bad about the day: an Umleitung in the beginning of Riesa that detoured in and over the main traffic bridge and the Hafen rather than the field path and footbridge; the radweg was now re-routed along the Riesa hauptstrasse (high street) rather than dropping back to the river after a small obstruction. This took us 1.5km along a busy shopping street to eventually bring us back to the river path having gained a net distance of 300m! The planned hotel in Meissen was up a very steep hill ...
... I really want to do and somehow found a place in Kentucky (yeah, KENTUCKY
of all places! I mean... the south?!?! I don't know how I would do in
the south...) that looks interesting. It was the first college in the
south to have black and white students and the first college to have
boys and girls, so I guess it's progressive, but it is also a "work
away" college (I think that was the term...), so they give all students